Vacuum once a week at the most. Too much vacuuming can pull the fibers out of the rug.
Use low to medium suction when vacuuming your rug.
Choose the right vacuum accessories. Avoid using attachments with brushes or any abrasive accessories which may harm the rug fibers.
Most rugs shed naturally. This is observed especially with new rugs. Shedding will subside with regular use.
Do not wash, bleach, tumble dry or iron your rug.
Remove spills immediately. Use a clean cloth or dry paper towel to blot excess liquid.
In case of a liquid stain, send your rug for professional cleaning. The stain may or may not be removed completely but the earlier it’s cleaned, the better the results.
Do not pull any threads. Snip loose ends with scissors.
Rotate your rugs if feasible every 6 months to even the process of wear and tear, especially if your rug receives direct sunlight.
If you need to store your rug, make sure that the rug is clean and dry first. Roll the rug with the rug surface inwards. Make sure to store it in a ventilated and dry area.
Get professional cleaning done once a year to maintain your rug's beauty and style for years.
Hot glue the decorative purposes yarn back if it is fell off. Same to the decorative rug that is hot-glued to the canvas bag.